The following countries (in chronological order) were occupied by Germany in WW2: Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland (Western half occupied in 1939, Eastern half occupied during invasion of USSR in 1941), Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, France (Vichy France occupied in 1942), the Channel Islands, Greece (including Crete slightly later), Yugoslavia, western portions of Egypt, current-day Ukraine, Moldova, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, large western portions of Russia, Tunisia and Italy. Also Hungary in 1944-45.
In addition, Italy (before she changed sides) and, in most cases, Germany (after the fall of Mussolini) occupied: Monaco, Albania, British Somaliland and Libya
Japan occupied (in no particular order) most of current day Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, much of Eastern China, Manchuria, Korea (North and South), and many thousands of small Pacific Islands.
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The US occupied Japan after WW2
After World War 2 Germany was occupied by the Soviet Union, the United States, Great Britian, and France
All Axis occupied countries had a resistance movement
France, Britain and the United States occupied Germany in the west after World War 2.
Britain, France and the U.S.
Denmark and Norway.
britain and the neutral countries
Japan occupied Bali in world war 2!
Not including USSR Occupied countries it's about, if you include the population of USSR Occupied countries then it's about 13.5%.
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In the north, Russia. In the south, the USA.
Great Britain and France
UK, USA, France, Russia.
Yes. Denmark was occupied during World War 2.
France didn't even rule France during World War 2, let alone occupy any other countries.
The Ussr, Britain, The US, and France because they were the strongest world leaders after the war had ended
The US owned the West side, the Soviets the East.
Czechoslovakia, Poland, France, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Luxembourg
The Soviet Union, England, United Staes, and France.
The USSR occupied and took complete control of East Berlin after World War 2.